God knows the challenges your face, and He's called upon teens throughout the ages to rise above their circumstances to make a difference in the world for Him! But He won't leave you without direction. He promises to guide you every step of the way. Whatever the topic, you can find answers from the Bible through this unique and engaging reference book. Using a blend of Scripture and analysis, biblical character studies, personal application and more, What's in the Bible for Teens will help you understand what God's Word has to say about relevant topics. Get advice on making and being a friend, setting good boundaries, getting along with family, living out your faith, achieving goals, connecting with God, and so much more. Whether you know a lot about the Bible or just a little, you'll find this book is accessible and easy to navigate. It's ideal for both comprehensive, in-depth study as well as a shorter survey approach.
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Spiritual and Practical Guide for Teens
Through Scripture, biblical character studies, and personal application, this unique and engaging Bible reference allows readers to see what God's Word says about everyday topics. Lighthearted yet serious, the What's in the Bible books are ideal for individuals looking for personal answers as well as groups wanting to share the enlightenment through Bible study. No matter the toopic, these approachable and insightful books are ideal for people of all level of biblical understanding.
Mark Littleton and Jeanette Littleton have authored more than 90 books and 5,000 articles, interviews, devotionals, and poems. Mark holds degrees from Colgate University and Dallas Theological Seminary. Jeanette has worked as an editor for a number of magazines and publishers, including Moody Magazine and Christianity Today. These two prolific writers speak regularly at conferences and retreats. They are the parents of one teenager and three teenagers-to-be.
Larry Richards holds a BA in philosophy from the University of Michigan, a ThM in Christian education from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a PhD in religious education and social psychology from Garrett Biblical Seminary and Northwestern University jointly. He has taught in the Wheaton College Graduate School, served as a minister of Christian education, and written over 200 books, including theological works, commentaries, and several specialty and study Bibles. Larry is currently a full-time author and speaker and lives with his wife in Raleigh, North Carolina.